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good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, september 10th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." a shooting spree on one of america's busiest freeways terrifies drivers. we're in phoenix with a hunt for a domestic terrorists. presidential candidates gang up on donald trump while a poll just released shows hillary clinton struggling in iowa. a more human like species discover in africa. >> we begin with today's eye opener. your world in 90 second. >> it will change. we will have so much winning if
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welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose and norah o'donnell are both on assignment. we've got you covered, john dickerson of face the nation is here. welcome. and as you wake up in the west, people around phoenix are driving to work in fear after a series of apparently random highway shootings. one or manufacture domestic terrorists could be targeting drivers. ten shootings have been reported in nearly two weeks. >> no one has been seriously hurt. most of the gun fire happened along the busy interstate 10. our affiliate is in phoenix. jamie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. each of these incidents have happened along the i-10. it's a freeway that cuts through the heart of phoenix. shootings acts of domestic terrorism. >> got hit in the windshield by something too. >> reporter: ten cars hit in 11 days. fbi and atf agents are joining
police in arizona to find out who has been targeting the drivers in phoenix. the latest incident was reported on wednesday when this pickup was hit near a gas station. no one was hurt. >> it's a matter of time, if this behavior continues, that we have tragedy on our roadway. >> reporter: frank mill stead said they don't know how or if they're all connected. >> i don't know if this is a copy cat crime, if it's multiple people that are involved in this type of insanity. i mean because somebody will get hurt or somebody will get killed if this continues. >> reporter: the shootings have occurred along the busy i-10 corridor between downtown phoenix and the edge of the valley. a distance of ten miles. last week a 13-year-old girl was hurt by the shattered windshield of a car. another bullet pierced a tour bust. on tuesday, a phoenix police
officer's personal car was hit. >> why would anybody shoot at anyone at all. especially to shoot at an innocent person that's insane. >> reporter: arizona residents are living in fear. >> it makes me more cautious to be in that stretch, and for everybody else. very scary and horrible. i hope the they catch the person. >> reporter: investigators are calling this a real and continues threat to arizona motorists. there's a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest or conviction of the shooter or shooters. a new poll this morning shows donald trump has a commanding and widening lead in the gop presidential race. the cnn survey finds trump ahead with 32%. that's an 8% gain in the last month. ben carson is second at 19%. major garrett is in washington where trump fired up conservatives on wednesday and then stirred up criticism.
good morning. >> donald trump came to the nation's capitol to criticize the nuclear deal with iran. but just after that he took fire from gop opponents one for belittling carly fiorina and for ben carson who is running just behind trump for what he considers the billionaire's lack of religious faith. in a rolling stone sper view trump said this when watching car lie fiorina on television. would anyone vote for that, can you imagine that, the face of our next president. adding, she's a woman and i'm not supposed to say bad things but really folks, come on, are we serious. fiorina addressed the issue on fox's the kelly file. >> what do you take that to mean, look at that face, would anyone vote for that. >> i have no idea. you know, honestlily, i'm not going to spend a single cycle wondering what donald trump means. but maybe i'm getting under his skin a little bit because i'm climb in the polls.
>> ben carson, a neurosurgeon and seventh-day adventist who talks openly about his faith took a rare swipe at trump saying they differ in their approach to god. >> i realize where my successes come from and i don't in any way deny my faith in god. >> trump addressed carson on twitter. wow, i'm ahead of the field with evangelicals, am so proud of this. and virtually every other group and ben carson just took a swipe at me. >> we are going to turn this country around. >> meanwhile trump rallied tea party republicans at a capitol hill event opposing the nuclear deal with iran. >> let me tell you, i don't taltalk i don't want to say things that the other side is going to learn everything about me. do you understand that? that's part of the problem. everything is talk in this country. >> that new poll showing trump above 30% also indicated he gained support in august among
republican women. with support for trump rising from 20% to 33%. it's one poll and was taken before trump's comments abfiorina. but it suggests that trump finished the summer with a flourish. more democrats are turning away from hillary clinton according to another poll this morning. it showed vermont senator bernie sanders is tied with clinton in iowa. 41% to 40%. vice president joe biden still deciding if he will run is still far behind. nancy cordes is in washington with a look at the numbers. >> this is a huge reversal for clinton and sanders. in the last poll in iowa taken in july, she was leading him 52% to 33%. and in another poll in iowa this week, still gave her an 11-point lead. but now that lead appears to have been erase pd. interestingly if you look at the numbers, the shift appears to have less to do with clinton and her e-mail troubles and more to
do with people increasingly taking sanders and his message seriously. clinton's favorability in the poll is 76% and sanders is 78%. the most important thing is a candidate with that is closest to them on the issues. but the way, this is the same phenomenon we're seeing play out in new hampshire where the recent polls show sanders leading by anywhere from 7% to 11%. the clinton campaign will say voter wills starting caring more about electability as we get closer to the polls. >> her e-mail controversy is not over yet, right? >> republicans are calling the i.t. stamper who set up her server before the house benghazi committee at 10:00 a.m. today. brian pagliano said he plans to
plead the fifth. catastrophic flood waters are rising in japan after days of heavy rain. people are literally crying for help and stranded on top of cars and homes. the force was strong enough to rip buildings from their foundations. this unprecedented rain hit a city north of tokyo. seth, good morning. >> reporter: japan has been pounded with heavy rain for two days in a row causing flooding and landslides. some called from rooftops for help as the water rose. and as rescuers pulled dozens to safety. entire homes for surrounded or even carried away as the city was inundated with flood water. the nearby river burst its banks pouring through a flood wall sending a torrent of water through the city of 65,000, about an hour's drive north of
tokyo. residents tried to save some belongings or navigate through the flood waters in tiny boats. the deluge is a result of a low pressure system that's the tail end of a tropical storm passing through japan. the fear is more rivers could overflow and rain could trigger more landslides. one already buried a home. japanese prime minister zin do abe called the heavy rains unprecedented adding the priority now is saving lives. >> reporter: night have fallen here in this part of the world and authorities say it will likely be days before the flood waters recede. this is the 18th typhoon to hit japan this year. >> seth doane in beijing. thank you. new information this morning showing how close british airways came to disaster in las vegas. the plane aborted its takeoff on tuesday when its left engine
started burning. all people on board managed to get out. we're live at the airport where an investigation is under way. maria, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. even though the british airways plane you see behind me that was speeding down the runway, the pilot was able to stop the momentum. we're told he was getting ready to retire next week and now being praised with avoiding a potential disaster. the engine and fire specials are taking a close look at the charred 777 boeing. it was reaching up to 100 miems an hour when the pilot suddenly hit the brakes. one of the plane's two engines was on fire. >> everyone is trying to get to the right hand side of the plane. people are panicking. a woman in front of us fell on the floor. she was getting stomped on.
>> reporter: he said that the smoke and the flames complicated their evacuations. you're talking to me a little bit about having to go from exit to exit. this is a chaotic situation. >> it was bad. a lot of screaming, shouting. >> reporter: the captain was at the helm. his daughter chaur live told the newspaper this was supposed to be one of his last flights. i hope he gets to fly again before he retires so he ends on a high. >> reporter: 27 people were treated and released from the hospital, including 13 you members from the british airways plane. >> thank you mireya. this morning the u.s. and nato are watching russia. moscow said this is nothing new but in recent days marines and air traffic has arrived.
senior security director michael morrell joins us live from washington. good morning. >> good morning, gail. >> what's behind the russian involvement in syria and what does it mean? >> here's what's happening. u.s. intelligence is monitoring russian activity in northwest syria. and what they're seeing is the arrival of prefabricated housing units for about 1,000 people, a portable air traffic control system, a tank landing ship. the -- not a lot of clarity on exactly what's happening here. but the leading theory is that the russians are building an air base and the concern is that they might conduct combat air operations out of that air base on behalf of president assad and his fight against isis. that's the concern. >> how does the u.s. potentially respond to that? >> there's only one thing we can really do, which is try to stop
the flow of these arms. and there's three ways for the russian to get this stuff to syria. one is to overfly turkey. the turks have said no. there's been a long history to that. the other way, that's what's been happening, over bulgaria and greece. but now the united states has reached out and the bulgarians have agreed no more flights. . iranians yesterday said to the russians, you can overfly iran but that still means they need to overfly i rack. i think the diplomatic focus is going on on iraq and the u.s. is going to push tremendous pressure on iraq to stop the flights. >> i want to get your thoughts this morning about a story in the "daily beast" about 50 intelligence officials who have said in some cases their reports have been altered by senior officials in some case to make it look like the fight against isis and al qaeda is going better than it might be. what's your reaction to that? >> these are analysts at the
u.s. central command centcom, which is conducting the operations in iraq and syria. one of the key aspects of the policy making process in the united states is that analysts get to say what they think without any interference or anybody changing it. this is a very, very serious charge. i think it needs to be fully investigated. and if there is truth that somebody has been meddling with their analysis, i think somebody needs to lose their job over it and there needs to be full transparency into this. this is so important that analysts actually get to say what they really think. >> mike, quickly, is the fight against isis going worse than the public thinks it is? >> i think there's three battlefields. one is the battlefield in iraq and syria. and i say we're at stalemate there. the second battlefield is the militant groups around the world who are knew claiming they're
part of isis. we're losing that battle. and then the third battle is the i'd logical battle for the hearts and minds of young people in the yates, in western europe, australia and canada, i think we're losing that fight too. three different fights. >> thank you. michael morrell in washington this morning. this morning, members of congress are considering a plan to grant more u.s. visas in an effort to help the refugee crisis in europe. secretary of state john kerry tried to sell the idea yesterday in washington. the united states current limit on refugee visas is 70,000. that could rise to as many as 100,000. if approved, the increase could go into effect next month. this morning, the greek coast guard is investigating an apparent sabotage against migrants. it stems from the video yesterday. five armed men in uniforms intercepted the rubber dinghy and cut off their fuel supply.
the turkish coast guard towed them to safety. a wide spread salmonella outbreak in cucumbers is blamed for two deaths. cases in 30 states. the two deaths were reported in california and texas. the imported cucumbered were branded limited edition from andrew and williamson produce. they're splicer or american style dark cucumber s. the kentucky county clerk jailed for defying the supreme court same-sex marriage ruling will return to work next week. lawyers for kim davis say she's taking time off with her family. there are questions about what will happen when she returns to work. we spoke to a deputy clerk who has issued marriage license to gay couples. >> when kim davis returns back to work and she says you're not
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good morning. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 7:26. some of the stories we're following, 7 people injured in an early-morning fire. this is in the bay point. flames spread through four homes just after 1 a.m. this morning. four people had to be taken to the hospital. it started because of a car fire and those flames jumped from the car to the houses. nfl regular season begins tonight. there is a season long celebration leading up to super bowl 50 which is at levi's stadium. ellie goulding and train will put on a free concert in san francisco's justin herman plaza. gates open at 2:30 today. it's free. how about the heat too? roberta has your forecast, roberta has your forecast, traffic too, and my name is mark amann. i'm a gas service rep for pg&e in san jose.
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good morning. i'm liza battalones with your "kcbs traffic." there are delays at this hour on amtrak's capitol corridor train. they are running 20-minutes late on train 523. also, long delays at the bay bridge toll plaza where it's stacked up through the macarthur maze over 40-minute delays between the carquinez bridge and the maze. at oakland. the north bay commute will be slow leaving petaluma heading into novato. southbound traffic fine across the foggy golden gate. roberta. >> i just love that camera view of the foggy golden gate! now, take a look at this particular view from the transamerica pyramid looking out towards the golden gate bridge. yes, it's a return of the marine layer. yay! so we are cooling down at the coast today. temperature right now in san francisco 56. 52 in santa rosa. 85 today in pacifi,,,,
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james blake was thrown to the ground and handcuffed over a theft ring. elaine quijano is outside the hotel where police say blake was wrongly identified. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. james blake was right outside this hotel waiting to be picked up and taken to the u.s. tennis open. that's when he was tackled and told not to speak. >> it should. have happened. it's something we'll deal with the police. >> reporter: james blake soared to the top. but on wednesday the harvard educated athlete was on the ground in harnldcuff handcuffs detained. >> hopefully there's video of it and we can see what happened. >> reporter: he was slammed to the sidewalk and told to lie
face down by a's w white police officer. he suffered cuts and a bruds leg. he was head until someone could firm his true identity. >> have you had any conversations with them? >> not yept. echl. >> reporter: blake whose father is black says, quote, it's as sim pz as unnecessary police force. no matter what, there ooh no reason to do that to anyone. new york city police commissioner raised concerns over the use of force. >> the nature of what he describes is not what we're supposed to do. we will address it. i will not tolerate any type of excessive use on the part of my
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it just didn't happen. >> reporter: an emotional football game. two players at san antonio high school are seen attacking watts. one hit hick in the back of the head. another pushed him down. >> this man said he needs to pay for cheating on us. the state's governor body that oversees high school sports. in question whether the coaches and referees. >> there were punches thrown, arguing the officials including coaches, late hits. >> the assistancusistant coach suspending an investigation.
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johannesburg. the man who directed the operation was a renowned paleo anthropologist. >> the operation itself was very dangerous. just because no one died speaks more to our preparation than the dangers. >> reporter: they worked in conditions of 99% humidity. it was dark and kloss tro claustrophobic as they did their work. >> he claims it's a new species. >> tiny head, ape-like body but arms and legs that are very, very human like, something completely unexpected and we found it in incredible abundance. >> reporter: he says he's i'ded the remains of 15 fossils. here's what's important. he believes they were getting
rid of the bodies down here. they appear to be practicing something uniquely human. that discovery was fraught with tension. >> i'm kind of scared. >> i don't want to breathe for her. >> reporter: it took 21 days. >> is that two together? >> at least 1 1/2. >> 1 1/2 vertebra in arct articulation the way they were. thank you so much great work. beautiful job. >> he's not without his critics. some believe he's been too quick to describe it as a burial site. this man who's familiar with his findings, he says it makes it difficult to reach this conclusion. >> i'm respectful of the material they found and i'm respectful of the efforts they
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good morning. i'm frank mallicoat. seven people are injured in an early-morning fire in the bay point. the flames spread through four homes. it happened around 1 a.m. four people had to be taken to the hospital. it started because of a car fire that jumped on a home. fire burned power lines too causing power outages in the neighborhood. another day of dangerous heat across the bay area for a second day, the campbell union high school district allowing students to leave early because of the heat at noontime. many classrooms in the district have no air-conditioning. they have high schools in
good morning. i'm liza battalones with your "kcbs traffic" with this heat wave, it is a "spare the air" day and we are watching local transit for you. bart has had a great morning still no delays for the bart system. but on caltrain there are delays on northbound train 221 because of mechanical problems. no delays this morning for the ferries or the "ace" train. as we move on and check on the bay bridge toll plaza, still, stacked up bumper to bumper through the macarthur maze long delays for west 80 from golden gate field in albany. those a look at traffic. here's roberta. okay, you have to run to your tv set and put your nose up against the screen and look at the marine layer. it finally made an appearance this morning. that's going to cool our beaches down today somewhat. right now it's 56 degrees in san francisco. it's 58 in santa rosa but 73 in livermore. going up to a high of 107 degrees again today.
♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it's thursday, september 10, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead including the last show for the peabody award winning comedian, calling it quits at the top of their game. first, here is a look at today's "eye opener at 8." >> each of these incidents have happened along the i-10. police are calling the shooting acts of domestic terrorism. >> you'll never get bored. we never get bored. >> donald trump took fire for belittling carly fiorina and ben carson. >> clinton ansan ders in the last poll in iowa she was leading, now that lead appears
erased. >> ben has been pounded with heavy rain for two days in a row causing flooding and landslides. >> the leading theory is that the russians are bidding an air base and they might conduct combat air operations out of that air base out of president assad. james blake says a white man who did not identify himself as a police officer tackled him. >> where the fossils were found is one of the most explored sites in africa for human origins. >> great work. >> our friend stephen colbert made his debut. not all the promos made it to air. here are the failed cbs promos. >> why do i have to be in the back? >> i'm stephen colbert. >> this is very uncomfortable. >> i'll wear pants next time. >> pants are a good thing.
i'm gayle king with jeff glor and john dickerson from "face the nation." this morning the fbi is helping police in phoenix track down a so-called domestic terrorist targeting drivers with gunfire. the incidents appear to be random. drivers have reported at least ten shootings in 11 days. >> most happened along interstate 10 which runs through the heart of phoenix. police say someone will get killed if the shootings continue. >> donald trump is widening his big lead in the republican presidential race. a cnn poll this morning shows 32% of gop voters support trump. he gained eight points in the last month and has nearly tri e tripled his support since launching his campaign. trump is also under fire on a familiar topic, his views on women. a "rolling stone" cover story quotes him cripple sizing republican rival carly fiorina. quote, look at that face. would anyone vote for that?
can you imagine that? the face of our next president. i mean she's a woman, and i'm not supposed to say bad things but really, folks, are we serious. >> fiorina responded on fox news last night. >> i think those comments speak for themselves and all the many, many, many thousands of voters out there that are helping me climb in the polls, yes, they're very serious. >> what do you take that to me, look at that face, would anyone vote for that? >> i have no idea. honestly, megan, i'm not going to spend a single cycle wondering what donald trump means. maybe, just maybe i'm getting under his skin a little bit because i am climbing in the polls. >> jeb bush responded this morning on twitter, trump's demeaning remarks are small and demeaning for anyone, much less a presidential candidate. carly and country deserve better. enough. trump insists he was talking about her persona, not her looks. the front-runner is not just
getting hit by other candidates. a big-name musician is also lashing out. ♪ it's the end of the world as we know it ♪ >> he played the r.e.m. song "it's the end of the world as we know it." the front man, do not use our music or my voice for your moronic campaign. >> trump's poll numbers are rising but hillary clinton's are falling. a quinnipiac poll out this morning finds vermont senator bernie sanders leads clinton in iowa 41% to 40%. viept w vice president comes in third at 12%. two months ago the same poll showed clinton leading by 19 points. the numbers seem to show sanders is rising because more democrats are taking his message
seriously. >> apple's newest product launch is getting mixed reviews this morning. the tech giant rolled out iphone, ipads and tv boxes in san francisco. this morning apple's stock is up after wednesday's loss of more than 1%. charlie rose, i know that guy, was there to see the updates up close including a new camera feature. >> we have something called live photos. what is it like if i can touch the picture and have the memory come to life. >> this is right before the photograph was taken. >> literally a second and a half before and a second and a half after i took the photograph. >> the new iphone 6's go on seal in two weeks. >> what do you bet charlie comes back with one tomorrow? >> just one? >> every single one of those products, on a utility belt. this morning comedy central lost two more duos, key and
peele. vladimir duthiers shows us the pair's greatestoments and wide ranging influence. good morning. >> keegan michael key and jordan peele first met in the early 2000s. the chemistry that developed between the two helped alter the sketch comedy landscape. >> i do enjoy our show. >> you think it's the best show ever made? >> their comedy was sharp. >> welcome to the team, mr.wise. >> topical and satirical. >> why didn't you say it the first time i said a-aron. >> because it's pronounced aaron. >> last night's series fin nall low showed how they became sketch comedy virtuosos.
they habitually blurred the line between comedy and crept events. >> be quiet while i sing. >> key and peele tackled race relations and politics. >> i received my fair share of criticism from the republican party. >> i can't even give malia an allowance without them accusing me of wealth redistribution. >> their skit made it all the way to this year's white house correspondence dinner. >> we won't always see eye to eye. >> thank you so much for the wall to wall ebola coverage. for two weeks we were one step away from the walking dead. >> they dove head first into social issues, religion and everything in between. >> dude, did you see the bridge on that nose? >> they won a peabody award in 2013 and garnering 11 emmy nominations. last year the comedy duo told "cbs this morning" their goal was to shock the audience. >> we want everybody to watch a
sketch and get up and walk off the coach. we want a person to go, that's just the dumbest thing i've ever seen. why would anybody ever do -- i've got to walk it out. dog on a leash and get outside for a second. i think what happens is it's the surprise. it's because we're improvisers. a lot of the sketches, the writing has to go out the window and let us just go organically. >> the end of their comedy central show doesn't signal the end of them working together. they have a slate of joint projects lined up. >> good to know they're still going to be together. when they were here they were doing charlie rose's name and called him c-harlie. they're not done yet. thank you, vlad. shalt is getting shaken up this
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shaker symbol for food that goes over the recommended daily limit of 2300 milligrams of sodium. that's about one teaspoon. our dr. holly phillips is with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> why did they do this? >> this is a really bold move for new york city, completely in line with what we see as public health trends nationwide, all about transparency. giving consumers more information about the food they're buying. this is not about policing the food or limiting access to the food. you can have as much as you want. it's about showing you how much sodium is in it. with salt this is particularly important because 75% of the salt we take in in our diet as americans is essentially hidden. it's in restaurant food, processed food that may not even taste salty. only 10% of the salt we get comes from our salt shaker. >> do you think most people think, if i don't use a salt shaker, then i'm not really using salt.
i do that all the time. >> very, very much so. when i have patients trying to lower their blood pressure, and i'll ask them how much salt do you take it, some say zero because they don't use their salt shaker. >> how much is too much? >> right now guidelines show 2,300 milligrams is what adults should limit themselves to. others should have less. if you already have high blood pressure or kidney disease, over the age of 51, or african-american, particularly sensitive to salt, try to limit yourslf to 1,500 a day. here is one thing. i have to acknowledge it's been a long-standing debate and controversy over whether those numbers in the guidelines are perfect. some people say -- some research has shown some people can have more than the recommended daily amount and extreme, extreme low salt diets can be damaging to the elderly. >> we should mention the salt institute to that point say this is another example of the government creating policy based on outdated, incorrect sodium
guidelines. just so we know, what kind of dishes are the biggest problems? >> actually some of these were quite surprising to me. if you look at applebee's grilled shrimp and spinach salad has nearly 3,000 milligrams of sodium. chilli's grilled fish tacos, 3,400. that's more than what we should have in the entire day in one dish. giving people information, labeling it. >> a salt shaker label on the menu could be helpful. dr. holly phillips is here again. a barber shop is having, you can say, a bad hair day. how a guys-only salon was accused of breaking the law. >> announcer: cbs "morning rounds" sponsored by boost nutritional products.
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women's hair. she filed a complaint and barbieri got slapped with a fine. >> didn't consider it a discrimination thing so much as it's a barbershop. i'm not opposed to women's hair but not this shop. i want to open a shop to cater to them and they can have all the champagne and mimosas they want. >> i wish he wouldn't have said mimosas because women like beer and cocktails too. he said i'm a high end barbershop and i designed for men. what's wrong with that? >> there's nothing wrong with it in a sociological sense. she actually is standing on her righting. she said it's gender discriminati discrimination, you're discriminating against me because i am a female.
i have a right under the law in pennsylvania. the human rights commission, human relations act and what it really says is if you have a place for public accommodation, that is you solicit business from the public and it's newseum rates all the businesses including barbershop, that yo must not diskrimm neigh on the basis of rarks creed, gender. >> he paid for her to go to another salon. >> and to make an appoint fnmep for her. >> instead of taking him for his good will, he obviously was not trying to break the law, she files the complaint and he gets slapped with $750 in fines. >> what if he said, women's haircuts $700.
there's a version of that that happens anyway. >> three that's an interesting hypothetic hypothetical. i dug deep into this whole area is there is gender pricing discrimination all over the place. women pay more for dry cleaning, deodoraerants and razor blades. they pay more for car repairs. >> that's wrong. in a barbershop for men. >> what you wind up with is if i go to salon number one and my hair is my length, i'm going to get charged a lot more if my hair is longer and i go to salon number two. could he charge $700 for a hair cut? i think it would not be wise. >> thank you much. pro football is back tonight. our analyst bill cowher is with us in the toyota green room.
tom brady is returning tonight. plus, that is no your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. and good morning, everyone. it's 8:25. i'm frank mallicoat. some of the headlines we're following at this hour. 7 people injured in an early- morning fire in bay point. the flames spread through four homes, it happened just after 1:00 this morning. four people had to be taken to the hospital. it all started because of a car fire and the flames jumped from the car to the homes. ebay marking its 20th anniversary today by offering $20 deals online and at fisherman's wharf this morning at pier 41. they will be selling items like headphones, stainless steel watches and blenders all for $20. more $20 deals will be online for the next 20 days. traffic and the heat, ,,
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good morning. i'm liza battalones with your "kcbs traffic." big problem for the bay bridge commute where crews are dealing with a motorcycle accident. three lanes of traffic are shut down. this is on the incline section of the bay bridge. as a result, bay bridge official have slowed down the metering lights. traffic virtually stopped now at the bay bridge toll plaza where at last check it was stacked up solid through the macarthur maze. 580 slow from highway 24. use your alternates to get into
san francisco. bart has had a great morning. all trains are on time. there are delays though on caltrain northbound 221 running late this morning. no issues for the ferries or the "ace" train. meantime, in the silicon valley, yet another commute with wall-to-wall traffic north 101 jammed up at gilroy through morgan hill into santa clara. roberta. good morning. our live weather camera, this is beautiful. it tells the story today of the return of the much-anticipated marine layer. it is cooling at the coast today and will cool down some spots across the bay. otherwise, right now, we are in the 50s in san francisco but still in the 70s in livermore and concord. upper 50s across the bay in oakland. okay, here's how i'm playing out your numbers. 68 degrees with the areas of low clouds in half moon bay. otherwise, up to the mid-80s in pacifica. 80s 90s around the bay up to 107 degrees for the hottest inland ,,,,,,,,,
welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up this half hour, a magical moment for the nfl. see how special golden footballs are carrying the league through a half century of super bowl history. the game's biggest names are taking the celebration old school. plus, fashion week tries on something new. models who may not fit the profile but fit a new definition of beauty. they're helping the industry spot a new pattern. that's ahead. people's magazine reports on president obama said he, quote, freaked out when his daughter malia started her first day of high school. >> she puts her head on my
shoulder and said, daddy, you realize this is probably going to be the first day you ever send me off to school. >> i had to look away. you know, i didn't want to just be such a crybaby. >> every dad can relate to that sentiment. >> reporter: >> no word yet on her choice of school. they report on plans for a monster roller coaster at cedar point. it's called val raven. you go up and it's a 90-degree drop. >> it set six world records. this coaster will go 75 miles an hour. it will debut next may. >> changing its gun policy for
the football game day. they reviewed the guide one day after challenging its laws on campus. they say fans are allowed to keep firearms in their cass and trucks as long as they have a concealed weapons permit and their gun is securely incased in a vehicle. >> reporter: the start of the 2015 season game is hours away. a week ago the judge tossed out the league's four-game suspension. the league has appeared. bill cowher led the steelers to super bowl. heading one. good to see you. >> good to see you, jeff. >> this is exciting, is it not? >> very exciting. >> the patriots have tom brady.
wh what are you looking at? >> weather may play into it. right now the% steal verse a very potent offense, a young defense. we'll see if tom brady can do it. >> i know you want to put deflategate behind you. you were coaching in one of these games. how buzz was it? did you know it was going on? >> i think without a doubt they probably pushed the envelope in how it was. i believe coaches in the games it was one and lost on the field. we gave up too many big plays. they've won the games on the field. unfortunately it's been tarnished by some of the questions out there. >> one more question. you go, somebody, win, i no longer care. you say roger goodell did a
makeup call when he levied the suspensions. do you think that was true, he was overcompensating? >> certainly i think it's about the process and how these fined and penalties have been levied out. >> tom brady tonight, do you think he's going to take up seven months of this -- >> it's a different pittsburgh team by the way than it traditionally may have been snal ben roethlisberger has a bunch of weapons behind him although they don't have bell and others behind him. there are others you night to look out for, jeff. that's if you look at that time
and they're exciting -- i mean they have a game with the kol this weekend. who else? >> they have taylor, and others. they played the indianapolis colts who went to the super bowl and then they have them. >> who do you like in the nflc. >> i like the green bay pack errs. you cannot discount the seattle seahawk. >> with all those changes -- >> with all those changes. you're looking at two quarterbacks, mariota down in
tampa and tennessee and you erie looking at jameis was tot. they could be the future. >> peyton manning has 18 seasonseason s they say it could be it. >> i think peyton with gary kubiak and john elway remembering in his career. they have a big game against baltimore this weekend. another big matchup. baltimore visiting denver. >> i'm already excited about super bowl 50 because it's on cbs. who's going to the super bowl? >> we're going to discuss it at noon and give you predictions. >> congratulations, you're
grandpa. and your son-in-law plays in the nba. >> he does. ryan kelly. i think he's going go a perfect left speed. this kid's got left tackle all o'it. >> working the you can see bill whole teenl when they return for cbs. we're featuring somg of the game's most recognizable players. the nfl is launching its high school honor roll program. we'll honor players like peyton and eli manning as they return to their high schools with a
commemorative golden page. >> reporter: surrounded is day, pop legislation jurnd under 6,000 and home of the wilson football factory. wilson has made the national football since 1941. each ball is completed by hasn't. this year they're making golden footballs. it's part of the football sell racing. the sbou honor roll will recognize 3,000 players and
coaches. one golden football was delivering to the hall of fame to make it to the shrine but there was a smoen held. >> from this gaem we're going to take this ball and pass it. >> it cease exciting to sigh the look on fair face, knowing that it's going to be be sissing in the ham of fame, representing those men. >> that's what it's all about. that's going to be you one day. >> inside the ten, burts. he's running up the sidelines. how in the world did hi do that?
>> the countdown to super bowl 50 began when it was delivering to a home bihm a the ball etc. >> great moments were delivered the this hall. joe montana. >> the golden football is about what it means to me. >> dare to dream. >> the bowls that i played in, i know i thought about high school, all that hard work was certainly worth it to be part of the super bowl. >> wow. i saw you on tv.
>> you know, it's a great program because it takes you back to your roots where we all grew up where teachers and coaches and parents all allowed us to get started tochl be able to play at the highest level, it's a way of putting things back in proper perspective. it all started when we were young. >> and the memories that it conjured up. >> >> it was a memorable day. special day. >> "thursday night football" return s returns to. 7:30 eastern, 4:30 pacific here on cb,,
new york fashion week kicks off this morning. vinita nair is in lower manhattan to show us how a wave of change is washing over the fashion industry. vinita, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, guys. that rice. fashion week is finally here and we're really in the middle of it all. they're giving models final be
push to include body types. now there's a new group, to include everything. >> for me it was candyland or disney world. >> reporter: it was a world 29-year-old jillian mercado wanted to be a part of even if she didn't fit the mode. >> wanted to make sure that i recommended all of those girls that, you know, didn't see themselves in the industry. >> the eldest of three girls in a dominican family, the family feared her muscular dystrophy would limit her. she enrolled to study merchandising management. >> wanted to know everything there was to know about the business designing. >> reporter: after years of working behind the lens she wondered what it would be like to be in the casting call. she responded to a casting call.
she enrolled to model jeans. >> they called me and said you're one that signed up. i thought it was fan mail. >> it captured the attention of ivan bart, the president of the models. >> i was string by how beautiful her face was and gorgeous and how striking and she was beauty with an edge. >> they've signed some of the biggest names in fashion like miranda kerr and karlie kloss. this summer he signed miranda to the deal. >> did you say this might not work? >> there was discomfort and the minute she opened her mouth everyone became comfortable because she's a star. that's who a star is. a star has great personality and can work a room. >> reporter: they've become more
inclusive, a transgender woman, a mother with a buy bonnionic a >> the world is looking for choices and everybody is looking for brands to reflect exactly who they are. >> she has a part-time job as a crea creative consultant. >> you're on social media page and everyone dhouchl ywhere. how do you get around? >> being in new york help as lot. >> when you want people to see you, how do you want them to see you? >> as a model. that's it. i kind of make fun of it. i'm a model on wheels and that's it.
>> we wanted to show you the chaotic scene happening behind new york's fashion week where they're getting their find touchups. . she said she'll be front and center. >> i love it. >> a model with wheels. i love it. beauty with an edge. nicely done, jillian. >> you're watching "cbs this morning." we'll be right back.
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good morning. it is 8:55? >> here are some of the headlines at this hour. 7 people injured in an early- morning fire in bay point. flames spread through four homes happened just after 1:00 this morning. four people had to be taken to the hospital. all started because of a car fire and those flames jumped from that car to the houses. nfl regular season beginning tonight. it's the pats and steelers and so does a season celebration leading up to super bowl 50 here in the bay area. ellie goulding and bay area native train will put on a free concert in justin herman plaza today. the gates open at 2:30. it is free. we had a little earthquake today in berkeley, right? >> oh, it was a little one, 2.6, about 7:42 a.m., about a
mile east-southeast of the berkeley area. did you feel it? nah, you didn't, it was so small. good morning, everyone. let's look out right now. we have the return of the areas of low clouds and fog seeping in over the golden gate bridge. that's going to cool our temperatures at the coast today. right now we are in the 50s and 60s. but 70s in the east bay. it is 73 degrees in livermore going to a high again of 107 degrees. 85 san francisco. 85 pacifica. that's up from the average high of 69 degrees. 102 in mountain view. 101 in santa rosa. we have three days down and just one more to go after today with temperatures in the triple digits. then we begin to cool over the weekend. seasonal weather returns by tuesday. a look at your morning commute with liza in the house next. my name is chris hughes and i am a certified arborist for pg&e. i oversee the patrolling of trees near
power lines and roots near pipes and underground infrastructure. at pg&e wherever we work, we work hard to protect the environment. getting the job done safely so we can keep the lights on for everybody. because i live here i have a deeper connection to the community. and i want to see the community grow and thrive. every year we work with cities and schools to plant trees in our communities. the environment is there for my kids and future generations. together, we're building a better california. [is the staying awake part...t challeng( gun shot )your day sleep train has your ticket to a better night's sleep. because when brands compete, you save. through sunday, during mattress price wars, save up to $400 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get interest-free financing until 2018 on tempur-pedic. plus, helpful advice from the sleep experts. but mattress price wars ends sunday at sleep train. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪
good morning. i'm liza battalones with your "kcbs traffic." we are looking at 10-minute bart delays leaving san francisco to sfo because of police activity at one of the stations. meantime there are also delays in marin county because of an overturned big rig which spilled its load of 14,000 gallons of paint. it has shut down the 3800 block of lucas valley road. chp just tweeted out this picture of the overturned big rig. use your alternates to access west marin. meantime getting towards the golden gate bridge, it's nice and foggy out there so it's
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